This book identifies multiple University programs where partnerships create ongoing collaborative activities that sets the stage for leadership development, program expansion and growth, and utilization of partnerships that support student, community and University initiatives. Student enrollment increases when programs embed situational expectations in preparation programs of study. The Universities benefit from collaborative partnerships, as the work enables members of the University and organization to build capacity through shared activities. Increased student enrollment, increased graduation rates, and increased interest of participants helps facilitate growth and expansion. Specific focus on k-12 schools and University partnerships is highlighted in this book. Activities that are supported by research and give practitioners the ability to work with Universities in meeting practitioner needs are discussed as models for replication.
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